Summary: I havnt bought this game yet. But once a question is answered I'll probably buy it. For the SF Giants (my favorite team), is there Jason Schmit and Brett Tomko? Email the answer to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
Summary: This game is just like watching comic book with bad humor. Pros: Clear. Sharp graphics (All Star was like dullest) Great Songs Great Broadcast views Nice Frachise mode so was career mode Easy to dive and catch the ball. (I must have got 9 balls in a week) Difficulty was easy and good for beginner(I won 23-0 in my first game) New interactive hot/cold zones You get stuck to game like 3hours of playing game Good sound effects Nice replays Good Onlines Cons: Unrealistic...
Summary: Overall the game is very fun. Many of the other reviews touch on some important pros and cons (no Barry Bonds, no Kevin Millar, lack of passed balls or wild pitches, etc). There's actually quite a lot more missing from the game. I don't see how any baseball game could ever be released without check swings! They are so critical to baseball! Can you imagine if the majors called every twitch or check swing a strike? It's ludicris!!!
Summary: 989 Sports has certainly brought their game to the table with their latest effort, "MLB 2005." The graphics are top notch and the details (use of color, definition, etc) make this one of the best baseball games available. Where the 2004 version seemed more like a PS1 game, the 2005 version definitely looks at home on the PS2. All of the stadiums look great and even include the new parks in Philadelphia and San Diego.